The worldwide market for mobile phones is outstripping even the most enthusiastic predictions from the beginning of the year, as consumers continue to snap up handsets at a dizzying rate, according to research released Monday by Gartner Inc.
IBM Corp. has come up with a method of letting molecules assemble themselves inside chip structures to form nanoscale structures that add redundancy and performance improvements to chips, the company said Monday.
Government negotiators from nearly 200 countries narrowed their differences on how to manage the Internet and protect freedom of expression online in an important round of preparatory talks over the weekend in Geneva, but failed to agree on how to fu...
A new version of the AdSubtract ad-blocking software will hit Web search engine companies right in the cash register, blocking sponsored search engine results, sometimes known as "paid placement" advertisements, according to a statement from InterMut...
Telstra BigPond has taken the plunge and placed itself amongst the ranks of unlimited broadband providers, launching its first unlimited download plans across a selection of its ADSL and cable broadband services.
NEC is recalling about 170,000 monochrome laser printers, most of which were sold in Japan, because of an overheating problem that leads to a subsequent risk of fire.
Sun Microsystems Inc. has just rolled out its first Linux-based desktop software and is working to secure deals with governments and businesses to deploy it, but the company isn't targeting Microsoft Corp., a Sun executive said Thursday.
New wireless standards intended to enhance security and support high-bandwidth applications are in the works and will appear in products by the end of next year, say industry analysts at the Wi-Fi Planet Conference and Expo in San Jose, California, l...
Yahoo has developed a system it says will go a long way toward curbing spam, but the technology's success is dependent on its widespread industry adoption beyond the borders of Yahoo's email servers.
Microsoft Corp.'s "seamless computing" vision is about making software and devices work in sync with consumers' lives, John O'Rourke, consumer strategy director at Microsoft, said Friday.
In a speech designed to convince European customers that Sun Microsystems is still shining, company Chief Executive Officer Scott McNealy plugged Sun's new products and strategy to attendees of SunNetwork Berlin Wednesday.
BigPond has taken the wires out of its broadband service, launching a new wireless ADSL kit for home users.
Utility software vendor Symantec has issued a patch to correct problems some users had with an antipiracy activation feature they encountered when trying to install Norton AntiVirus 2004 and other Norton products.
Promising to increase dial-up Internet access speeds to as much as 168Kbps, ISP iPrimus has released a new high-speed service for its dial-up customers.
A reseller has made a $55,000 compensation payment to Microsoft after being sued for selling pirated copies of Windows software loaded onto PCs.
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